"An important lesson that I learned in high school would be how to work with different kinds of people and how important unity is when trying to achieve a goal ... I learned that working for a cause …
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"An important lesson that I learned in high school would be how to work with different kinds of people and how important unity is when trying to achieve a goal ... I learned that working for a cause bigger than yourself not only affects you positively, but that it can change somebody's life ... I feel that if I can believe in the people around me and remember that people are the most important aspect of everyday life, then I can achieve anything."
— Alyssa Huey, Legend High School
“In high school I feel that I have learned how to enjoy the great times in life and battle through the toughest times in life — persevering no matter what obstacles get put in your way because life isn't always easy. I think that is something I can take and apply to my entire life going forward, never giving up no matter what the circumstances are.”
— PJ Ausmus, Legend High School
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